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CodeClan, Scotland’s national digital skills academy, has partnered with Baillie Gifford to launch CodeClan Youth Academy, an 8-week programme based in Edinburgh and sponsored by the investment manager that includes a 4-week coding bootcamp at CodeClan, followed by a 4-week paid internship at

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Glasgow has once again shown its strength as a leading tech location, retaining its position in the top three leading tech cities in the UK outside of London according to the UK Tech Cities report, published today by global real estate advisor CBRE. Edinburgh comes in the listing at number five.

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The Hunter Foundation has acquired the Blair Castle and the 220-acre Estate as its new headquarters and home to all of its leadership programmes. The Castle was acquired from previous owners Charles and Sallie Hendry for an undisclosed sum last month.

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Contracting and fit-out specialist Linear Group has recorded a growth in turnover to £73 million in 2021 as the business increased its workforce to 151 across three offices in Scotland and the North of England. Looking ahead to 2022, the group has revealed a strong forward order book which is

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Estate agency firm, Rettie & Co., which has 14 branches covering Scotland, the North of England and London, has now launched a new financial services business. Rettie Financial Services will extend the Rettie & Co. service offering in buying, selling, letting and developing property to inclu

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CEO and founder of Glasgow based startup Know-it, Lynne Darcey Quigley, will be heading off to Silicon Valley, the epicentre of technological innovation located in the San Francisco Bay Area of California following the firm's Startup Summit win. Lynne Darcey Quigley will be helping fly the flag for

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Scottish accountancy firms and financial regulatory bodies have responded to Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Spring Statement announced yesterday. The Chancellor cut fuel duty by 5p per litre, which came into force from 6pm last night and will last until March next year. He also announced that the income t

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Aberdeen-based environmental technology firm SEM has have become one of just six international businesses to secure a place in the finals of the Water Dragons competition to discover the future entrepreneurs of the water sector. SEM collaborates with stakeholders across the agriculture, aquaculture,

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Businesses and social enterprises around Argyll and the Islands have recruited 35 graduates through a programme funded and delivered by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The Graduate Support Programme helps companies in the region by offering 12-month, well-paid work experience placements in a

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The Topgolf facility in Rutherglen is moving a step closer to opening as its team gathered for an official topping out ceremony this week. Topgolf’s vice president of international, Steve Lane, was joined by representatives from South Lanarkshire Council, Clyde Gateway, Scottish Enterprise, Vi

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